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Fever Vocabulary

Last-minute memorizing vocab words for Fever book

Abhor Regard with disgust and hatred
Rouse Bring out of sleep, waken / cause to feel angry or excited
Droned Make a continuous low humming sound / Speak tediously in a dull monotonous tone / move with a continuous humming sound
Teemed Be full of or swarming with
Apothecary A person who prepared and sold minerals and drugs
Victuals Food or provisions, typically a prepared for consumption / provide with food or other stores
Robust Strong and healthy; vigorous / sturdy in construction / able to withstand or overcome adverse conditions / uncompromising and forceful / strong and rich in flavor or smell
Spinster An unmarried woman, typically and older woman beyond the age for marriage
Miasma A highly unpleasant or unhealthy smell or vapor / an oppressive or unpleasant atmosphere that surrounds or emanates from something
Bilious Affected by or associated with vomiting / spiteful, bad- tempered
Conceded Admit that something is true or invalid after first denying or resisting it / admit in a contest / admit defeat in / surrender or yield / grant / fail to prevent the scoring of by and opponent / allow to slip
Fervent Having or displaying a passionate intensity / hot, burning, or glowing
Pleurisy Inflammation of the pleurae, which impairs their lubricating function and causes pain when breathing. It is caused by pneumonia, and other diseases of the chest or abdomen
Impudent Not showing due respect for another person; impertinent
Created by: Ansloo